“Tsar and Great Prince of Moscow arrived incognito on the morning of August 8th last”.
Extract from the Church records of the Zaandam Evangelical Society.
While travelling in the Netherlands last years of the 17th century, Tsar Peter I was enchanted by the sound of the carillon. When he returned to Russia he brought several instruments with him and so began the Russian tradition of the carillon.No historical account is known which would provide us with a detailed description of music that Tsar Peter would have heard from the bell-tower of Peter and Paul Cathedral in St. Petersburg where the first Russian carillon was mounted. According to the fashion of the time it would have included well-known melodies, ecclesiastical music, military music (which Peter encouraged in every possible way), music played during court assemblées and popular (folk) music.
Total time: 00:53:59
DSD 256 fs, DSD 128 fs, DSD 64 fs, DXD 24 Bit, FLAC 192 kHz, FLAC 96 kHz
Anonimus, Boutmy, Christoph Graupner, Flemish folksong, Ivan the Terrible, Krieger, Play-Song of Russian Peasants, Titov
Hapi, Merging Technologies
Pyramix, Merging Technologies
Stax SR 407 with SRM 006tS tube amplifier
- Neumann KM130, – Izmeritel M-101 & M-233 with Oktava-Electron-Design electronics, – MicW N101, – MicWM215
|Original Recording Format|
St Peter and Paul Cathedral in St.Petersburg, Russia
Pyramix 10, Merging Technologies
|Recording Type & Bit Rate||
|Release Date||November 3, 2017|
Only logged in customers who have purchased this product may leave a review.
There are no reviews yet.